Adalinda Fashion Proves Responsible Sustainable Fashion Wins being Green for New York Fashion Week 2020.
First of all , Adalinda Fashion is a Sustainable Fashion Platform. They provide the infrastructure to designers in a way that elevates their green business to the next level.
I absolutely love this idea. The designers need this platform. Adalinda is the house so I say BRING IT.
In addition and by leveraging visual presentations to get their points across. That’s such as live events and social channels. Then they connect sustainable fashion designers to their ideal client. It’s that one two three yo!
First of all, Adalinda is also very committed to being conscious. In addition, Adalinda is also committed to staying aware. That’s as well as committed to making empowering choices.
Furthermore, they are committed to social progression. I mean totally committed to all human beings having the right to choose.
Together we know fashion and justice are the perfect couple.
Resourceful. Humanitarian. Transparent. Community.
Mission and Vision are to create A world without waste and also freedom for all human beings. We do this through an unconventional process and grounded in the spirit of the community. We focus on global sustainable awareness and education. As well as on how we wear and produce clothes. Their platform is the real authority for sustainable fashion certification!
So the Business is registered as remote. It’s originally from from Central Jersey and now moved to Manhattan. It is a force to be reckoned with.
As I’ve written before, we need green fashion. I mean enough already!!!! Organic clothing or green fashion is a farm to fashion and home movement. I always hear from the innovators behind it. Some people call Eco-fashion Green fashion. Regardless, it is designed to be environment friendly. Green fashion is part of the larger trend of sustainable design where a product is created and produced with consideration to the environment.
Furthermore and as reported in the Associated Press:
First of all, styles in fashion are ephemeral and fickle. Because those acid-wash jeans, M.C. Hammer pants, and DayGlo T-shirts you loved in middle school. They all have long since reached “out” status. Although though the harem pants we saw on the Spring 2007 runways look a bit Hammer Time to us. Also, the skinny jeans you also love right now will one day follow their fate.
Though trends come and go, the clothes themselves stick around. To make room for new fashions, the average American throws away about 68 pounds of clothing and textiles per year. Mother Earth isn’t that fond of polyester, and is quite warm enough already, thank you very much.
On top of that, producing new clothes out of traditionally grown cotton taxes the environment. All with chemical fertilizers and pesticides. In addition, energy and chemicals are required to manufacture synthetic materials. The all-American combo of a cotton T-shirt and a pair of denim jeans, for instance, requires 1 pound of fertilizers and pesticides.
But the fashion industry is beginning to recognize its impact, as well as consumers’ desire for more eco-friendly fashion. An increasing number of independent designers and boutiques specialize in eco-conscious fashion that is more hip than hippy.
So on February 13th their fashion show. It’s 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM at Energi, 815 Broadway, New York, NY 10003. They will strut their stuff in NYC. To get on the list Click here.